The latest study released by the Institute for Autism Research (IAR) shows more promise that a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder no longer guarantees a difficult life for children.
According to the findings, summerMAX, the IAR’s treatment program for children with high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (HFASD), can successfully be applied in a community-based setting. After the summerMAX program, children showed an increase in social skills and a substantial decrease in the severity of autism spectrum symptoms. SciencyDaily.com, a top science news site, included the IAR’s research on its website. Read the article here.
Submitted by: College Communications